Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Employment Supplement

Easy application

Tax filing required

The Saskatchewan Employment Supplement (SES) helps families with lower incomes who have children. It is a monthly payment that can add to income from a job, farming, self-employment, or from child or spousal support.

The amount of the supplement is based on:

  • The number of children under the age of 13 in your family.
  • The amount of your household income.
Children Maximum Supplement Amount
1 $312.50
2 $375.00
3 $437.50
4 $500.00
5 $562.50

Saskatchewan Employment Supplement is a unique program where if your monthly income increases from $125 to $1,125, the amount of your supplement will also increase.

To be eligible for this program:

  • You must have at least one child under the age of 13 years.
  • You must get more than $125 each month from employment, self-employment, farming and/or child or spousal support.
  • You must live in Saskatchewan.
  • You must hold a valid Saskatchewan Health Services card.

You cannot get this supplement if your monthly income is over a certain amount, shown below.

Eligible Children Maximum Monthly Income
1 $3,070
2 $3,320
3 $3,570
4 $3,820
5 $4,070

Health card

  • valid health card with no photo, name and address
  • valid health card with photo, name and address
  • MCP (Medical Care Plan) number - Valid ambulance/dental services card
  • Department of Immigration, Skills and Labour identification number
  • Department of Immigration, Skills and Labour file number (Income Support Card).

Social Insurance Number

  • confirmation of SIN letter
  • plastic SIN card (non-expired)

To apply, contact the Client Service Centre:

  • If you live in Regina, you can contact SES by calling 306-787-4723.
  • If you live outside Regina, you can contact SES by calling 1-888-488-6385.

Client Service Specialists are available to speak with you Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Thursday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. You will need to provide:

  • Your account number.
  • Your health services number (the number on your health card).
  • Your password.

The Client Service Centre will assign an account number to your file and have you choose a password. This ensures your SES account is kept strictly confidential.

Last updated: July 23, 2021